|Preface to the 2007 Edition||p. XIII|
|Setting the Stage||p. 7|
|Testing the Limits: Black Activism in Postwar Mississippi||p. 29|
|Give Light and the People Will Find a Way: The Roots of an Organizing Tradition||p. 67|
|Moving on Mississippi||p. 103|
|Greenwood: Building on the Past||p. 132|
|If You Don't Go, Don't Hinder Me: The Redefinition of Leadership||p. 180|
|They Kept the Story Before Me: Families and Traditions||p. 207|
|Slow and Respecteul Work: Organizers and Organizing||p. 236|
|A Woman's War||p. 265|
|Carrying On: The Politics of Empowerment||p. 317|
|From SNCC to Slick: The Demoralization of the Movement||p. 338|
|Mrs. Hamer is no Longer Relevant: The Loss of the Organizing Tradition||p. 363|
|The Rough Draft of History||p. 391|
|Bibliographic Essay: The Social Construction of History||p. 413|
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